Johnny Harrison, 30, has a multi-count felony warrant out of Tulsa County for drug trafficking and firearm possession as well as assaulting two officers during his arrest.
TULSA - The suspected shooter of a north Tulsa minister has turned himself in.
Rondale Boyd, 18, was taken into custody around 9 p.m. Monday on charges of robbery with a dangerous weapon, first-degree burglary and shooting with intent to kill.
A witness told police a group of masked men kicked in the front door of Rev. Kenneth Brooks, the former pastor at City of Refuge International Ministries, last month. Authorities believe Boyd shot Brooks in the chest.
Brooks is said to be improving.
Terell Cooper, Joeiune Nelson and Markedrik Wilson have already been arrested in connection with the home invasion. A warrant is still out for Cedric Wilson.
Boyd is set to appear in court Aug. 21. He is being held on $145,000 bond.
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Joshwah Moore is wanted out of Tulsa County on a three-count felony warrant for forcible sodomy, domestic assault with a dangerous weapon and domestic assault and battery.
Daryl Kaiser is wanted out of Tulsa County on two felony warrants for aggravated assault and battery and two counts of assault and battery on a police officer and outraging public decency.
Police say he is one of four men who committed multiple robberies over the summer at various businesses, including Dollar General, Little Caesar's and Patricia's Lingerie.
Jamar Stewart, 43, and Rodney Parker, 43, both have outstanding federal warrants based on indictments related to the recent FBI/TPD "Battlefield" investigation.
April Montano was shot May 29 while riding in a vehicle with her family. Two men are already charged in her death. A third has now been named a suspect in the homicide.
Danny West, 59, is wanted on a felony warrant out of Tulsa County for first-degree robbery.
Police say McGinnis has multiple felony warrants out of Tulsa County.
Rosa Taylor and Tony Davis are each wanted on felony warrants out of Tulsa County for two counts of child abuse.
According to court documents, police came in contact with a 16-year-old girl who identified Curtisha Crook as a woman who arranged "dates" for her on which she "would have sex with the client in exchange for money and/or drugs."